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Maintenance Supervisor



Job Description
SUMMARY:
Under the direction of the Director of Manufacturing, this position is responsible for the maintenance of the facilities and all machines.

JOB DUTIES:
Direct, supervise and coordinate the routine plant maintenance activities, the maintenance and repair of machines, electrical systems structures, and facilities.
Supervise and coordinate the preventative maintenance program.
Supervise department's technical staff.
Determine the need for and extent of repairs, check stock repair parts, requisition needed parts, and plan for scheduled repair.
Coordinate the activities of Contractors engaged in repairing, overhauling and rebuilding special or highly intricate and precise machinery.
Prepare, organize and maintain all department records.
Train new employees to perform maintenance activities and monitor their performance to meet quality of repairs and methods of applications.
Perform other duties as assigned.

JOB REQUIREMENTS:
Completion of journeyman apprenticeship or two years of trade courses in electrical principles and general maintenance. Requires five years of previous experience in general plant and machine maintenance.







About MRPC
MRPC is a single-source provider of innovative medical device components and assemblies. We specialize in silicone molding, two-material molding and micro-molding. Our extensive experience in the molding industry, combined with a commitment to innovation, means our engineering and manufacturing services are on the leading edge of technology.


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